In Darwin Institute of Technology, we empower the students for achievements in their career goals through sincere education and training. We prepare them for future work force and thus positively contribute to the Australian economy.
Darwin Institute of Technology (DIT) is a leading transformative training provider having two campuses in Sydney (New South Wales) and Darwin (Northern Territory).
The Hospitality course that we offer makes Darwin Institute of Technology (DIT) a unique place to learn, grow and excel.
Immerse your self into Darwin’s great outdoors and laid back lifestyle. Darwin’s cultural landscape has been influenced by its Asian population for over five generations since the gold rushes of the 1870s. This influence is woven into the rich tapestry of Darwin life and its Parap Markets.
Sydney, the largest city of Australia boasts huge harbour, unbelievably beautiful beaches, bays and greenest national parks. With the iconic Opera House and Sydney Tower, the City has become the Mecca of tourism. With the multicultural background, Sydney offers relaxed lifestyle, best food, great transport facilities and one of the healthiest environment to live in the world.
Darwin Institute of Technology is excited to welcome you to our Sydney and Darwin campuses. We are a Commonwealth Registered (CRICOS) institution offering training courses suitable for international students and a Registered Training Organization (RTO) offering nationally recognized qualifications to Australian residents.
Studying at Darwin Institute of Technology will open up a whole new world of opportunities for you. You will not only gain a highly valued qualification but you will also build life-long friendships, create lasting memories and enjoy real-life work experience.
Every year tens of thousands of international students enrol to study in New South Wales and Northern Territory (NT). The top five countries represented by international student enrolments have been Nepal, India, Philippines, China and Indonesia.
Australia offers internationally recognised courses and degrees, with the reputations of many of our providers speaking for themselves. One of the things that make Australia unique and so different from other countries is our proximity to Asia, which allows us the opportunity to form connections and develop friendships with our Asian neighbours.
A simplified student visa framework (SSVF) came into effect on 1 July 2016 in an effort to make applying for a student visa simpler to navigate for international students.
The Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs (DHA) website has further information on this framework, but SSVF means that:
Please visit Australian Immigration website for more detailed information.